With the National Guard now active in 22 states and governors continuing to declare more severe emergency measures daily, the U.S. military is preparing forces to assume a larger role in the coronavirus response.
The poll showed a ten percent increase in the president's approval numbers with regard to the novel coronavirus from only a week ago.
More than 25 million people across the state could be infected over the next eight weeks if no mitigation efforts are made, California Governor Gavin Newsom warned.
Restrictions have been introduced across the globe in a bid to curb the spread of the virus, from "stay at home" orders in California to a travel ban on foreign nationals in The Philippines.
"The pace of the scientific research has been really at a breathtaking speed," says Angela Rasmussan, a virologist and research scientist at Columbia University. "It's unprecedented."
"We're working on ventilators, even though I think there will not be a shortage by the time we can make enough to matter," Musk wrote on Twitter after being urged to help make the medical equipment.
Senator Josh Hawley claimed that China was financially responsible for the damage caused by U.S. coronavirus cases, while also calling for an "international investigation" into the origins of COVID-19.
A Wisconsin woman allegedly stared down a grocery store manager as she licked a freezer door handle in "protest" of the coronavirus, behavior that police described as "uncalled for."
Thursday evening, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a "safer-at-home" order, requiring the state's citizens to stay at home and the closure of non-essential businesses.
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) insists that he does not endorse the theory that China created the virus as a biological weapon, but says that it is "worthy of investigation," despite researchers having concluded that the theory is not true and the virus could not have been engineered in a lab.
GameStop reportedly insists they fall into the same "essential" category as grocery stores and pharmacies, urging employees to resist possible police orders to shut down amid public health concerns posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, marshaling Creedmoor Psychiatric Center's extensive resources may not be feasible on a rapid time-scale, even with significant preparations.
Take a look at some of the world's busiest landmarks that are all now but eerily empty.
While many still have to work from home, the question remains: What to do with the free time available when trips to the movies, a museum or the theater are out of the question? Here is a list of museums and other popular tourist attractions that have entire collections or performances available online.
The United States is filled with monuments, exhibits and historical sites commemorating the impact women have had on the nation's history. From New Mexico to upstate New York, here are 10 places dedicated to celebrating the strides women have made over time.
"Even the big moves that we're seeing right now in Congress are not going to be enough," Kevin Hassett told CNN.
New deaths and cases have been reported across the country, including in New York City where Mayor Bill de Blasio has warned a "shelter in place" lockdown order needs to be considered.
"Not only is he on top of it, but they're securing and beginning the process of distributing those swabs," said California Governor Gavin Newsom of the president.
Counts of Mexican gray wolves in the southwest reveals numbers have increased 24 percent year-on-year. Conservationists say this is good news, but more needs to be done to increase genetic diversity.
More than 43,000 people have been charged in Italy for breaking the restrictions announced by prime minister Giuseppe Conte.
"Every part of government has to start telling people: 'Take some personal responsibility here. Don't infect other people,'" Rick Scott warned.
People on Twitter are calling out Peter Nygard, after FBI investigators raided his offices over a week ago. The fashion executive has been accused of sexual assault and sex-trafficking.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that "Africa should wake up" as more cases emerge across the continent, including the first death in the Sub-Saharan region, while the U.S. death toll hits nearly 150.
The unemployment website in New York has been crashing, while unemployment claims in Ohio have already surged 14 times higher than last week.
"We are facing [too] serious a situation to have you walking on the street trying to fool police. You don't fool us and also you'll be fined," a police union wrote.